You can install cPanel on your Linux Dedicated Servers without major complications. cPanel is a control panel used for commercial and as well as for personal hosting. With this, you can administer services such as:
cPanel comes with a fully functional web interface, which makes resource management much easier. Let’s see the installation process of cPanel.
First, make sure that the partition layout meet the profile of your server. We recommend:
/ Swap with 4Gb (for systems up to 32-bit)
/ boot with 200 Mega
/ tmp with 4 Giga
/ with the rest of space
Preferably, you should choose the “ext3” as the filesystem.
Afterwards, edit the file to prevent it update some software packages:
# Nano / etc / yum.conf [ENTER]
Add at the end of the following line:
# Exclude = dev * udev * spamassassin * httpd * mod_ssl * mysql * perl * php * kernel *
Save the file, and then:
# Yum-y update
Note: This should usually be ignored when the machine is purchased or rented directly on any Internet data center that delivers pre-installed cPanel on dedicated server.
Now download the installation file from the cPanel and start the process.
# cd / home; http://layer1.cpanel.net/latest wget
# sh latest
cPanel installation, it can take on average 70 minutes. This will depend on your connection speed and availability of cPanel servers.
Certainly, the cPanel installation is a simple task, but the configuration and optimization of a server with cPanel, does not follow the same ease. Remember that the first configuration of your server can be crucial to the success of your goal, so we recommend a company that is engaged in optimizing especially with Linux Dedicated Servers India environments with cPanel.
To installation Fantastico Deluxe on your dedicated server or VPS Hosting, follow the following steps.
Enter your server by logging in as root through SSH tool such as Putty and others. After that, follow the commands below:
cd / usr / local / cpanel / whostmgr / docroot / cgi
After that, go into your WHM in Plugins, view the “Fantastico De Luxe WHM Admin”. Click this option and follow the screen to complete installation
If you get permission error, run the following command in your SSH.
chmod-R 0755 / usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/etc/ixed
Below mentioned are some of the commands that can be utilized for VPS Hosting and Dedicated Server Monitoring.
Description: The top command is used to list all the running processes on the server, along with statistics of CPU usage, memory, I / O, load average, and so on … In the example below, we are indicating to the top command he should be updated every 1 second:
Example: top d 1
Description: Similar to the top command, it serves to list the running processes on the server. The example below followed aux option is to list all processes and any user.
Example: ps aux
Command: kill -9
Description: The kill is used to kill a server process by PID. You can find the PID of a process running the command pidof-x followed by the name of the process.
Example: kill -9 1234
Description: This command is used to view the data of the physical memory of the server. Use it with-m for the data to be displayed in megabytes.
Description: This command is used to list the server partitions and their respective spaces / mount points. It is used with the option-h so that the spaces are listed so the user can understand (in kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, etc …)
Description: This command can be used to list the users connected to the server by the SSH service, besides the load average and uptime.
Commands File Handling
Description: This command is used to navigate directories. It is used to go to the root directory, followed by the command to be accessed or followed by 2 points to go back one level.
Example 1: cd
Example 2: cd / usr
Example 3: cd ..
Description: This command is used to copy directories and / or files. It is used with the option-R to copy all subdirectories of a directory.
Example 1: cp test.txt test_final.txt
Example 2: cp-R / home / directory / root
Description: This command is used to list files and directories in a directory etc … eg. It is used with the option-l for the data to be listed on a single line.
Description: This command is used to remove files and directories. It is used with the-R option to remove it from all files in a directory.
Example 1: rm test.txt
Example 2: rm-R / home / directory
Description: This command is used to move files and directories to other locations or to rename them.
Example 1: mv test.txt new_test.txt
Example 2: mv / home / directory / root
Description: This command is used to create directories.
Example: mkdir Test
Description: This command is used to change the permissions of files and folders. It is used with the desired permission.
Example: chmod 777 test.txt
Commands: vi or peak (or nano)
Description: These three commands are used to edit files, they are text editors.
Example: vi test.txt
Example: peak test.txt
Example: nano test.txt
Description: This command is used to compress / decompress files with .tar, .tar.gz
Example (compress): tar-zcvf filename.tar.gz test.txt directory1 diretory2
Example (unpack): tar-zxvf file . tar.gz
Description: This command is used to compress files with. zip
Example: zip zip file test.txt directory1 diretory2
Description: This command is used to decompress files with. zip
Example: unzip zip file
Description: This command is used to calculate the total space of a directory or file. It is used with the-h option to display space in Megabyte
Example 1: du-h
Example 2: du-h test.txt
Description: This command is used to find files and directories.
Example 1: find-name test.txt
Example 2: find / home / directory-name *. txt
Description: This command is used to find files and directories.
Example: locate test.txt
Description: This command is used to get an expression within a file.
Example: grep word test.txt
Package Installation (programs)
Description: This command is used to install packages (programs) on the server. It is used with the install option and the name of the package you want to install. It can also be used to update the packages already installed on the server as kernel and others.
Example (install): yum install package-name
Example (update): yum update package-name
Example (update all): yum update
Description: This command is used to log out of the terminal / session where you are logged.
Description: This command is used to restart the server.
Description: This command is used to restart / shutdown the server. It is used with the option-r now to restart or-h now to shut down the server.
Example (restart): shutdown-r now
Example (off): shutdown-h now
Command: cat / proc / cpuinfo | grep ‘model name’
Description: Use it to find out the processor model
Command: service-name service restart
Description: Use it to restart a service like mysql for example. You can also use it in place of the restart to start or stop start, stop a service respectively.
Command: wget www.site.com/archive.zip
Description: Use it to download files into the server.
Description: Use it to send a message to another user connected to the server via SSH. Put the message to the front of the command you want to send.
Disaster Recovery as a Service (draas) is a growing sport. How is the initial phase? Many organizations still do not know exactly what to look for when seeking a provider model. Analyst of disaster recovery (DR) research institute Gartner’s John Morency list a series of tips for customers looking for the right questions to address the future draas provider. Here are some of them.
What to look for in a Cloud Service Provider? Understand the position of the provider in the market, its portfolio of services and financial stability.
Service-Level Agreement (SLA) is customized or generic? Size of the installed base. Number of recoveries made.
How long is the business and the number of offices (local and international), names of the five largest customers, the length of relationship with each and contact information to serve as reference. Key Personnel associated directed to your account and contacts. Experiment with customers of companies in the same line of business. SLAs To observe the performance of the virtual machines that run in the cloud to ensure that they meet the needs of the organization.
Geographical location of centers, provider support to ensure that they can meet requests for service delivery. Statement processes in cases of disaster and incident management process of screening. recovery time for 0-2 hours: communication, airlines, financial services 2-8 hours: defense, insurance, biotechnology, health, manufacturing, utilities 8-24 hours: consumer goods, distribution, retail, government, company that does not operate with airlift More than 24 hours: construction, distribution, food / beverage, media in data center provider’s Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) 16, Service Organization Control (SOC), formal certifications 1, 2 and 3. Or certification Statements on Auditing Standards (SAS) 70 Type II.
The SSAE 70 replaces the SAS. Data Center must meet the requirements of the Uptime. Guaranteed uptime of 99.995%. Number of clients per virtual machine. Personnel available. Tests allowed to users. Prices Detailed review of the pricing structure. Value draas by layer. Maintenance fees. Additional equipment costs. Exchange support. Cost per day with consulting services, training, including travel costs. Cups with software licenses. Any other fees or charges that the customer will have to pay.